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Foreign Ministers seek to resolve situation of Cubans stranded in Costa Rica

The foreign ministers of Central American countries are meeting Tuesday in El Salvador to address the situation of over 5 thousand Cubans stranded in Costa Rica in their attempt to emigrate to the United States. Read More

Cuba increases rice production with the help of Viet Nam

Currently, Cuba imports more than 400,000 tons of rice annually from Brazil, Bolivia and Viet Nam, equivalent to 60 percent of the island’s total consumption, hence the need to increase national production. Read More

Cuba and Qatar sign cooperation agreement

With the signing of this document, the willingness of the authorities of the State of Qatar of executing investments in Cuba over the next five years was ratified. Read More

Cuban President Raul Castro receives Emir of Qatar

Raul Castro received, on the morning of November 23, His Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, Emir of the State of Qatar, who is on an official visit to the Caribbean island. Read More

The band Earth, Wind & Fire will perform in March at the Havana World Music

In the third edition of the Havana World Music festival, to be held in Havana from 24 to 27 March, the presence of the American band Earth, Wind & Fire is expected. Read More

Emir of Qatar arrived in Cuba

His Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, Emir of the State of Qatar, arrived on an official visit to Cuba, in Sunday afternoon, November 22, the Cubaminrex site reported. Read More

The crossing of Cubans to reach the US

The Cubans left the island legally towards different South American nations, like Ecuador, and from there they made it to Colombia and Panama to finally arrive in Costa Rica in route to the United States encouraged by the US dry-feet, wet-feet and the Cuban Adjustment Act. Read More

Ebola reappears in Liberia

Barely two months after WHO declared Liberia as a country free of Ebola, the country has 153 people under health surveillance in an attempt to control the new outbreak of Ebola. Read More

Tense circumstances for Cubans stranded in Costa Rica

The situation of the over 2 thousand Cubans stranded in Costa Rica could be described as calm and tense at the same time as they hope that next Tuesday´s Central American and Caribbean ministerial forum finds a solution to their case. Read More

President of Red Cross International Committee visits Cuba

The president of the Red Cross International Committee Peter Maurer is paying a working visit to Cuba on Monday, November 23. Read More